Diagnosis and management of CKD requires a spectrum of diagnostic tests to not only diagnose kidney function but also determine the status of other complications due to CKD, including creatinine, BUN, phosphorous, calcium, intact PTH, vitamin D, cystatin C, urinary albumin, urinalysis, EPO, and cardiac markers. In order to best assist physicians in the management of CKD, it is important that the laboratory is well versed in the specific tests used, improvements made to tests over time, and opportunities for improvement. Clinicians should know how to use tests appropriately in patient treatment across the continuum of CKD care.
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